We don’t know if any of you have $3 million rolled up in your pockets - we don’t, in case you were wondering about our finances - but in the event that you do, here’s something that you would find good use for in all that moolah.

We just found out that one of the first - and therefore, more famous than most of its brethren - McLaren F1 GTRs is now being auctioned for, you guessed it, € 2 – 2.5 million, or somewhere in the neighborhood of $3 million.

This particular vehicle is historical for being labeled as ’Chassis #5’ and was originally purchased by one French racer Jean-Luc Maury-Laribiére. Jean-Luc used it during the 24 Hours of Le Mans back in 1994 and a year later, commissioned world-famous French sculptor and painter César to turn the F1 GTR into Maury-Laribiére’s very own supercar art car.

Now, it looks like Mr. French racer is ready to part with his baby and has turned to Artcurial Motors to help him auction off his multi-million dollar car at the Le Mans Classic event on July 9.

So there you have it. Interested? If you are, then you better be ready to put a dent in your bank account.


Source: Autoblog

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  (1023) posted on 06.24.2010

well that’s what super car is all about.. Million dollar is one of the main attraction on super car.

  (387) posted on 06.23.2010

those designs are made from airbrushes by the experts.. kinda nasty,right?

  (211) posted on 06.22.2010

his McLaren F1 remains one of the fastest supercars ever made, and as such, a highly coveted collection and really I didn’t expect the &3M on his tag price .

  (434) posted on 06.22.2010

hmm i doubt that.. for sure you will regret it when you bought a veyron.. think of it.. how many miles can you travel in a single full tank of gasoline on a v16 engine?. do the math, dude.

  (808) posted on 06.21.2010

what? 2.5million? well if that’s the case many will choose the veyron than the mclaren..

Uncia  (868) posted on 06.21.2010

That’s an F1 LM, not an F1 GTR. The GTR had an elongated rear bumper, silver wheels and a narrower but taller wing.

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